SMH: Malcolm X’s Daughter Held On $100K Bail For Forgery And Foolishness

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Malcolm X's Daughter Held On $100K Bail For Forgery

A daughter of slain civil rights leader Malcolm X has been extradited to New York City to face charges of identity theft and grand larceny. Malikah Shabazz was held on $100,000 bail after a court appearance Wednesday night in Queens. Shabazz waived extradition from North Carolina, where she was arrested last week on a warrant issued more than a year ago.

She is accused of defrauding the widow of one of her father’s former bodyguards out of more than $55,000 in credit card bills. The 45-year-old Shabazz was arrested Feb. 18 after investigators went to her home in western North Carolina on an unrelated matter. That’s when authorities found out about the warrant.
Her lawyer says his client denies the charges. Her case has been adjourned to March 15.



  • I Am Legend (Allergic To Darkies)

    damn shame

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    • MichelleShaniquaObama

      The blacks will never learn. LOL!

    • Sally

      NICE NEWS !
      My friend Vanessa, a 25 yrs lady, has announced her wedding with a m’illionaire young man Ronald who is the CEO of a MNC. It’s amazing, she said she just posted her profile on a m’illionaire d’ating s’ite called ———-RichMatchmaker. ℃○M——– – and received his chat invitations a few days later. Then, everything went so well that I can’t believe it’s true! Every love story will unfold on it’s own..——-
      She would obviously have a mountain of issues, she lost both of her legendary parents in a tragic manner. Just sad.

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  • nymphis

    don’t know much about him.can anyone refer credible books or info.

    Thank you

    • Mrs. Rance

      The Autobiography of Malcolm X is amazing. It’s a page turner like a mug because Malcolm was in the middle of the storm when it was being written and you get to live that whole experience not only through his eyes, but how Alex Haley perceived him. One of the top 3 books I’ve read in my life and I’m an old azz avid reader.

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  • harlemA

    The Autobiography Of Malcolm X: As told to Alex Haley

  • Mrs. Rance

    Malcolm’s children would have really benefitted from his guidance. They were sacraficed for his movement. I get the impression that he thought raising 6 girls was woman’s work, but as we can see Betty and those girls desperately needed him.

    • 100milesperhour

      Interesting observation

  • lt

    sad, smh

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  • Children Of the Now™

    She would obviously have a mountain of issues, she lost both of her legendary parents in a tragic manner. Just sad.

    • Mrs. Rance

      I don’t know about that. Malcolm died before she was born and she was a full grown woman when Betty died at the hands of a wayward grandson whose mom was yet another wayward Shabazz daughter.



  • MO

    I think that she is a regular person who makes mistakes just like her father did.

    He was a criminal before he became who he was born to be. And his father was a preacher, but that didnt’stop him from making the choices he made in his life that landed him in the slammer……so, everyone has choices and how we choose is our decision.

    Who are we to judge her based on who her father and represented?

    We all choose how to live our lives and we all “know better”, but we don’t always choose the right way to go.

    • Lorenzo

      Mmm! NO! She had the foresight of her father’s history and black peoples’ struggles to know exactly what she had to do to make her life meaningful yet she still chose a criminal path. Malcolm came up in a time when black people didn’t have the same rights and opportunities we have now. Hopefully she’ll take advantage of her time in incarceration to turn her life around and make something of herself. Right now all she’s done is bring shame upon her family, herself and her people.

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